Who said that organizing products have to just be functional? Not guest author and Pro Organizer, Jeri Dansky! Check out these fab and interesting products that she’s found…
Organizing products are available all over the place — including dollar stores, Goodwill and other thrift stores, and large chain stores such as Target, Home Depot, Staples and The Container Store.
But sometimes you want something special, something unique — something that will inspire you to stay organized. Here are just a few examples of such products — some of my latest finds.
Baskets come in a huge range of styles, shapes and sizes. Debbie Norton’s has been in the basket business since 1976,and her pine needle baskets look stunning.
Lots of people are making lovely felted bowls nowadays; they can be useful for storing all sorts of odds and ends. This is one of my recent favorites.
While many people are keeping addresses and phone numbers on their computers and cell phones, some people still prefer a paper address book. Rag & Bone Bindery, based in Rhode Island, provide handcrafted books that would be a pleasure to use.
This lovely box could also be used to store jewelry.
Want an absolutely stunning hanging file holder for your floor or desktop? Take a look at this one, available in five standard colors — and custom colors, too. Personally, I love the buttercup — so cheerful!
Photo Credit: MacWorld.co.uk
You can get 2-hook or 3-hook designs — and of course these could hold more than just leashes! They’re also sold by Red Sail.
Here’s a ribbon board that could be perfect for the right little girl — or perhaps someone not so little!
You’re not going crazy. There were 8 products profiled, however, the final item was removed today at the request of the maker. The good news is that there are lots of interesting products that can help you maintain order. If you’re looking for something in particular, let us know. -Deb, 7.30.10
About the Author
Jeri Dansky is a professional organizer, helping people whose clutter is driving them crazy —and helping the mostly organized do even better. She works primarily with those in the San Francisco Bay Area, but has clients around the world. Contact Jeri at 650.726.0456 or jeri [at] jdorganizer [dot] com.